Animal Health


  • Anthrax Fact Sheets (Texas Dept. of Health)
    Fact sheets from the Texas Department of Health relating to dealing with outbreaks of anthrax. Discusses human and animal considerations.
  • Cattle Diseases
    This site has a listing of the common diseases of beef cattle including their symptoms, treatment and prevention.
  • First Genetically Engineered Vaccine for Shipping
    A cure for livestock respiratory disease has long eluded researchers. This ailment costs U.S. and Canadian cattle producers more than $1 billion annually. But now a new live vaccine promises to substantially reduce these losses.
  • Grazing Animal Nutrition Lab
    Texas A&M lab which serves livestock producers, managers, veterinarians, and ranch consultants. It can analyze animal fecal samples to help a reliable means of implementing a nutritional monitoring program.
  • Merck Veterinary Manual
    Reference for animal care information. Includes over 12,000 indexed topics and over 1200 illustrations. Rapidly search by topic, species, specialty, disease, and keyword using advanced search.
  • NETVET Veterinary Resources
    This server is designed as an educational site for veterinary resources.
  • Prolapse in Lambs
    Pictures and information with the related websites on the subject of rectal prolapse.
  • Texas Animal Health Commission
    News and publications on animal health as well as statutes and regulations.
  • Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
    Site for diagnostic laboratory service which conducts tests on specimens from live or dead animals, permitting prompt diagnosis.
  • The ParaSite
    Various parasites that commonly inhabit the internal workings of domestic animals, to be used as a guide so that you can easily identify what you see when studying fecal slides under the microscope.
  • U.S.D.A. Animal Health
    Site providing information on BSE and other animal health diseases as well as research, veterinary biologics regulations, and animal care issues.
  • Veterinary Entomology
    Site from the Department of Entomology at Cornell University offering information on the various insect pests of livestock. Includes identification and control options.

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